The Poacher-Fighting Great-Grandfather | Kyle Obermann

Jul 14 , 2021 | Social Good

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Mountain by mountain, rural Chinese locals are winning the fight against poachers. Yu Jiahua, an elderly ranger, is leading this effort in his town. And not even an earthquake can stop him. Our Nature Contributor Kyle Obermann shares his story.


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